|Flinn Mueller on 30 Jan 2007 03:55:03 -0000|
On Jan 29, 2007, at 10:40 PM, Freedom Dumlao wrote:
I agree. More specifically, they generally do not have great cross browser capabilities, and the HTML they generate is usually pretty awful. I really don't like to use them because it allows the user to destroy the look/feel of your site by using strange colors/fonts/ alignments etc... I know the users can do the same thing with textile but they definitely seem to do it a lot less with textile.
I had a user try to paste with styles (thanks IE) 125 pages from a word document. The fact that many of the htmlarea's like FCK support pasting from Word makes it worse. The Windows 16 color palette with bold italic +32 size font headings makes for some *nice* pages on your carefully hand-crafted CSS laid out pages.
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